List of stars in Chamaeleon

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This is the list of notable stars in the constellation Chamaeleon, sorted by decreasing brightness.

Name B Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
α Cha α 71243 40702 08h 18m 31.27s −76° 55′ 11.9″ 4.05 2.60 63 F5III
γ Cha γ 92305 51839 10h 35m 28.22s −78° 36′ 28.1″ 4.11 −1.40 413 M0III suspected variable
β Cha β 106911 60000 12h 18m 20.94s −79° 18′ 44.2″ 4.24 −0.36 271 B5Vn suspected variable
θ Cha θ 71701 40888 08h 20m 38.89s −77° 29′ 04.5″ 4.34 0.97 154 K0III-IV double star
δ2 Cha δ2 93845 52633 10h 45m 47.14s −80° 32′ 24.7″ 4.45 −0.79 363 B2.5IV
ε Cha ε 104174 58484 11h 59m 37.69s −78° 13′ 18.5″ 4.88 −0.36 364 B9Vn double star
κ Cha κ 104902 58905 12h 04m 46.66s −76° 31′ 09.0″ 5.04 −0.61 441 K4III variable star, ΔV = 0.005m, P = 3.89651 d
ζ Cha ζ 83979 46928 09h 33m 53.51s −80° 56′ 28.7″ 5.07 −1.02 539 B5V β Cep variable, Vmax = 5.06m, Vmin = 5.17m, P = 1.07964 d
ι Cha ι 82554 46107 09h 24m 09.73s −80° 47′ 13.9″ 5.34 1.58 184 F3/F5IV
ν Cha ν 85396 47956 09h 46m 20.42s −76° 46′ 33.5″ 5.43 1.59 191 G8III
η Cha η 75416 42637 08h 41m 19.60s −78° 57′ 48.3″ 5.46 0.53 316 B9IV
δ1 Cha δ1 93779 52595 10h 45m 16.38s −80° 28′ 10.3″ 5.46 0.28 354 K0III double star
μ¹ Cha μ 87971 49065 10h 00m 43.90s −82° 12′ 53.1″ 5.53 0.09 399 A0IV
π Cha π 101132 56675 11h 37m 15.94s −75° 53′ 47.5″ 5.64 2.52 137 F1III
HD 72922 72922 41191 08h 24m 20.38s −80° 54′ 53.0″ 5.67 1.23 252 G8III
HD 76236 76236 43012 08h 45m 55.23s −79° 30′ 16.5″ 5.79 −0.38 559 K5III variable star, ΔV = 0.008m, P = 53.70569 d
HD 114533 114533 64587 13h 14m 17.36s −78° 26′ 50.8″ 5.84 −2.94 1863 F8Ib
HD 120213 120213 68009 13h 55m 38.99s −82° 39′ 58.1″ 5.95 −1.19 872 K2/K3III:p
DR Cha DR 93237 52340 10h 41m 51.58s −79° 46′ 59.9″ 5.97 −1.46 1000 B5IV Algol variable, Vmax = 5.97m, Vmin = 6.06m, P = 19.4436 d; emission-line star
RS Cha RS 75747 42794 08h 43m 12.31s −79° 04′ 12.5″ 6.05 1.10 319 A7V Algol variable and δ Sct variable, Vmax = 6.02m, Vmin = 6.68m, P = 1.66987 d
HD 80194 80194 45166 09h 12m 12.27s −76° 39′ 46.5″ 6.13 0.89 364 K1III
HD 92209 92209 51835 10h 35m 24.80s −76° 18′ 32.4″ 6.29 0.29 517 K2III
DY Cha DY 118285 66607 13h 39m 12.04s −75° 41′ 01.6″ 6.32 −0.95 929 B8IV long-period pulsating variable
HD 106248 106248 59647 12h 13m 56.48s −78° 34′ 26.0″ 6.34 1.17 353 K2/K3IIICN.
HD 115088 115088 64951 13h 18m 48.34s −79° 58′ 33.5″ 6.34 0.67 444 B9.5/A0V
HD 98617 98617 55225 11h 18m 34.21s −79° 40′ 07.0″ 6.35 2.30 210 A8IIIm...
HD 94717 94717 53151 10h 52m 28.67s −79° 33′ 34.0″ 6.36 −2.20 1680 K2II/III
HD 101917 101917 57137 11h 42m 54.53s −79° 18′ 22.9″ 6.38 2.65 182 K0III/IV
HD 99015 99015 55497 11h 21m 57.11s −77° 36′ 30.1″ 6.43 2.07 243 A5III/IV
HD 113694 113694 64108 13h 08m 20.52s −78° 26′ 45.5″ 6.43 0.73 449 A0V double star
HD 86320 86320 48320 09h 51m 00.80s −80° 03′ 39.9″ 6.47 −0.20 703 B8IV
μ2 Cha μ2 88351 49326 10h 04m 07.37s −81° 33′ 56.2″ 6.60 0.41 564 G6/G8III suspected variable
HD 104237 DX 104237 58520 12h 00m 05.08s −78° 11′ 34.6″ 6.70 374 K4Ve T Tau star, Vmax = 6.7m, Vmin = 10.28m, P = 2.45 d
RZ Cha RZ 93486 52381 10h 42m 24.10s −82° 02′ 14.2″ 8.09 606 F4V Algol variable
HD 97048 CU 97048 54413 11h 08m 03.32s −77° 39′ 17.4″ 8.38 517 A0pshe Orion variable, Vmax = 8.38m, Vmin = 8.48m
HD 116852 116852 65890 13h 30m 23.52s −78° 51′ 20.5″ 8.47 9300 O9III Obscuring line of highly ionized gas on a line of sight with Earth
HD 97300 97300 54557 11h 09m 50.02s −76° 37′ 40.7″ 9.20 574 B9V T Tau star in IC 2631
HD 63454 63454 37284 07h 39m 21.85s −78° 16′ 44.3″ 9.37 6.60 117 K4V has a planet (b)
R Cha R 71793 08h 21m 46.42s −76° 21′ 18.5″ 10.55 M4.5e Mira variable, Vmax = 7.5m, Vmin = 14.5m, P = 338 d
Z Cha Z 08h 07m 27.75s −76° 32′ 00.7″ 11.50 M5.5 SU UMa and Algol varaible, Vmax = 11.5m, Vmin = 16.23m, P = 0.074499315 d; possible planetary companion
T Cha T 58285 11h 57m 13.55s −79° 21′ 31.54″ 11.56 534 K0e Orion variable, Vmax = 10.09m, Vmin = 14.5m, P = 3.253 d; possible planetary companion
CT Cha CT 11h 04m 09s −76° 27′ 19″ 12.36 538 K7 has a planet (b); Orion variable, Vmax = 11.7m, Vmin = 12.9m
ChaHα8 11h 07m 46.10s −77° 40′ 08.9″ 20.1 522 M5.75 binary brown dwarf system
DK Cha DK 12h 53m 17.23s −77° 207′ 10.7″ F0 Orion variable
OTS 44 11h 10m 11.5s −76° 32′ 13″ M9.5 One of the smallest known brown dwarfs
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